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5 Things You Should Do Before it Gets too Hot in Phoenix

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Springtime in Phoenix…it goes faster than you’d like. One minute it’s a glorious 65 degrees and the next minute we’re already in the 90s. That’s why Long Wongs AZ Famous Wings, a family-friendly sports bar in West Phoenix, has put together this blog post, so you can take advantage of these 5 activities in Phoenix before the summer temperatures shut us indoors.

1. Hit the Trails

There’s no better time to be outdoors in Phoenix than in spring. The mountains and valleys are covered in green—a rare sight in the desert; The cacti are blooming; And the temperatures are near perfect.

That makes it an ideal time to hit the numerous, gorgeous trails that are scattered throughout the Phoenix Valley. Whether you choose Camelback, South Mountain, McDowell Mountain Range, or any other trail, be sure to pack plenty of water: and bring your pooch along too!

2. MLB Spring Training

Because of our perfect springtime weather in Phoenix, we draw the best baseball teams in the league for the Cactus League Spring Training. Catch 15 major league teams—including the Cubs, Dodgers, Mariners, and our very own Diamondbacks—playing over 200 games as they open up baseball season.

3. Scottsdale Culinary Festival

This exciting and fun, family event runs Saturday, April 13th – Sunday, April 14th, 2019. Enjoy live music on three different outdoor stages, the best cuisine from 35 local restaurants and food exhibitors, and a family fun zone that provides an opportunity for playing, learning, and special prizes. And for the adults out there, don’t miss the Four Peaks Beer Garden with 200 specialty beers and local microbreweries.

4. Resort Day Passes

As temperatures begin to hover around the 70s and 80s, it’s a great time to grab a day pass and lounge by the pool at one of the many amazing resorts around the Phoenix Valley. Whether you have a pool or not, this is one of our favorite ways to enjoy a mini-staycation. Local favorites include the Scott Resort and Spa, Arizona Grand Resort and Spa, Hyatt Regency Scottsdale and the Omni Scottsdale Resort and Spa at Montelucia. Visit this website for prices and pass details.

5. Check Out the Greens

Arizona is a golfer’s paradise, especially in the springtime. Believe it or not, the Phoenix Metro area is home to over 200 golf courses of all styles and sizes. If you’re new to golfing in Phoenix, check out TripAdvisor’s Top 10 Golf Courses in Phoenix. No matter where you choose to play, you’ll enjoy gorgeous mountain views and blues skies.

And when you’ve worked up a thirst and a hunger from any of these 5 activities in Phoenix, come on down and grab an ice-cold brew and some of our famous wings, or try our classic bar snack with a twist at Long Wongs in West Phoenix. We’ll keep the drinks cold and the food hot until you get here!

Image by Free-Photos from Pixabay (3/31/2019)

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